RealTimeSubtitle - 2016/17 - RICM5

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Supervisors:

  • Didier Donsez
  • Jérôme Maisonnasse
  • Laurent Besacier

Resource person:

  • Marie-Paule Balicco, director of Grenoble disabled person's reception

Members of team:

  • David Bui, Communication manager
  • Anna Bruel, score coordinator
  • Maxime Lechevallier, lead manager
  • Tanguy Mathieu, scrum master
  • Adrien Mouret, project coordinator

Objective

  • needs by the Grenoble disabled person's reception service
  • achievement of an application which semi-automatically record the voice.
  • The HMI facilitates the correction of wrong translations thank to collaborative participation
  • Who the project is aimed ? All students, particularly, people is hard of hearing, have difficult to note down or have focus problems.
  • What ? Students have understanding problems of course.
  • Where ? University of Grenoble
  • When ? During lecture course mainly. It can be also used during practical or exercice course
  • How ? Web platform and web browser
  • Why ? Increase the daily life of students allowing the access of education easier.
  • How many ? Nearly 60 000 students in Grenoble, whose 850 are persons with disabilities in Grenoble on.

Technical constraint

  • recognition API: Dragon/Sphinx/Amazon/Google natif/Google speech
  • HTML5 + CSS + Javascript

Logbook

Sprint 1 (January 23th - January 30th)

Objective: define accurately the requirements and the first sprint.

  • Understanding of the subject, constraints and available equipments with Jérome Maisonnasse at FabLab. The team hesitates to use a Fablab's microphone or a simplier bluetooth microphone. We are awareness of different technologie (amazone, google natif, pocket sphinx...) and have the possibility to meet researchers ( Michel Vacher and François Portet )
  • Determine the customer requirements with Marie-Paule Balicco at the disabled house.
  • Brainstorming to define the specifications.
  • Setting up the tools to launch the app: meteor lamp
  • Setting up the management tools: gitlab, trello, slack.
  • Recovery the old project making in RICM4

Sprint until the 30th of January:

  • David Bui: is looking for with API more suitable to the acquisition of the voice. There are the choice between Dragon, Spĥinx, Amazone and Google natif
  • Anna Bruel: edit the SRS and the view of the HMI.
  • Maxime Lechevallier: is looking for the editing part for the collaborative correction
  • Tanguy Mathieu: is looking for the integration of pdf in the app.
  • Adrien Mouret: is looking for the deployment of server checking portability.

Sprint 2 (January 30th)

Conclusion of sprint 1: After the meeting with Laurent Besacier and the David's research, we are going to use Google speech API which seems the most efficient. The problem is that the API automatically stop after one minute.

For the editing part, Maxime looked for a pluggin which calls shareJS. It allows to modify the text like a drive or a text document. This solution is better than the old project and more ergonomic.

The deployment is done by Adrien on the amazone server at the address IP following: http://35.157.82.44:3000/. The application works well.

Anna worked on the HMI ergonomy and Didier Donsez introduced us Inspinia which offers packages meteor for make a beautiful HMI. It uses the boostrap technology.

Tanguy works on the addition of pdf file to reveal. The solution consist of splitting each pages of pdf which will be changed in images, in order to integrate to reveal.

Week 3 (February 6th)

Week 4 (February 13th)

Week 5 (February 20th)

Week 6 (February 27th)

Week 7 (March 6th)

Week 8 (March 13th)

Week 9 (March 20th)

soutenance ???

SRS

Introduction

Purpose

Scope

Definitions, acronyms and abbreviations

References

Overview

Overall description

Product perspective

Product functions

User characteristics

General constraints

Assumptions and dependencies

Lower ambition levels

Specific requirements

Interface requirements

User interfaces

Hardware interfaces

Software interfaces

Communication interfaces

Functional requirements

Performance requirements

Design constraints

Software system attributes

Other requirements

Supporting information

Index

Appendices